Brad Grant is medal of medallists winner
FIRSTLY, a huge apology to winner of the Medal of Medallists for not mentioning him last week.
Congratulations to Brad Grant in taking out this event. Quote for this weekGolfer: Think I’m going to drown myself in the lake.
Caddy: Think you can keep your head down that long?
Tuesday was a stableford event with five players out for a walk prior to the Cup.
The winner was Sam Sandhu (19) with 33 points, from Roger Eddy (6) with 32 points.
The daylight s aving Wednesday 9 hole competition continued, with 14 golfers attending for a 2-ball Combined Stableford event,
Winners were Jarrod Heath (15) and Domingo Diaz (11) with 41 points.
Thursday saw the semifi nals of Golf Premier League.
This r esulted i n The Snake Pit defeating The Fridge Magnets 116 points to 105 points, and The X Factor defeating The Punters 113 points to 112 points on the last hole.
A great field of 62 participants fronted the starter for the regular Stableford event, creating two prize divisions.
The winner of division one was Damian Ryan (15) with a great score of 43 points, with Tony Crawford (8) runner up with 41 points.
Division t wo winner was evergreen Perrin Goodi ng ( 26) with 44 points from John Hayes (35) on 41 points.
Ball run down went to 35 points on a countback.
Nearest the Pin (NTP) on the seventh was Mitchell Brown, ninth was Alan Parrott, 12th was Gary Johnson and the 16th was Bill Taylor, and Mark Bettany took out the pro pin on the third.
John Gilson picked up the Hidden Holes, while NTP second shot on the 18th was collected by Dan Robertson.
The two novelty events were twos on par 3s with five winners, and birdies on holes one to six, which resulted in 10 prizes being collected.
The two rabbits were Dave Wilson and Chris Durkin, and the Gold Course was won by Peter Healy (29) with 39 points.
Saturday saw a Stableford event being contested, with two “veterans” of the club showing everyone how to play.
The winner was Heinz Gogol (25) with 41 points, with runner-up Neil Walker (25) with 40 points.
Ball rundown went to 35 points.
NTPs were on the seventh Mark Coxall, ninth Dave Smithwick, 12th Mark Pearson and 16th Rod Sargent.
NTP second shot on the 18th went to Bob Speed and the pro pin was taken out by Rod Sargent.
Hidden holes went to Steve Daykin and t here were seven 3s on the par fours.
Sunday saw t he fifth round of the Golf Premier League 9 hole event on the front nine, with some great scores being recorded.
Winners for the day were Brad Grant ( 8) with 22 points from Paul Richardson (19) with 21 points and Alan Eustace (18) with 20 points, and ball rundown went to 16 on a countback. Tip for this week: Unless your name i s Tiger Woods, refrain from trying the six inches off the green full swing flop shot.
You might kill your partner on the other side of the green.